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Justice World Tour Confirmed

Justice World Tour Confirmed!

Justin Bieber has confirmed that he will resume his Justice World Tour on July 31st, following his diagnosis of Ramsey Hunt syndrome last month.

The singer took to Instagram to share the news with his fans, writing: “So happy to be able to announce that the Justice World Tour is resuming on July 31st! It’s been a tough few months, but I’m feeling much better now and so excited to get back out there and perform for my amazing fans.”

Bieber was forced to cancel the remaining dates of his world tour last month after he was diagnosed with the rare neurological condition, which causes facial paralysis.

At the time, he said:

“Unfortunately I'm going to have to cancel the remainder of my Justice World Tour dates. I was recently diagnosed with Ramsey Hunt syndrome and told that I had to remain on complete vocal rest for a minimum of two weeks."”

Justin Bieber

Thankfully, it seems like Bieber is on the mend and is now able to get back out there and perform for his fans.

We’re sure they’re thrilled to hear the news!

Ramsey Hunt syndrome, also known as herpes zoster oticus, is a rare condition that is caused by the varicella-zoster virus – the same virus that causes chickenpox.

The virus can lie dormant in the body for years, but can be triggered by stress, fatigue or a weakened immune system.

Symptoms include facial paralysis, pain and itching around the ear, and a rash. While there is no cure for the condition, it can be treated with antiviral medication and pain relief.

We’re glad to hear that Bieber is on the mend and will be back out on the road soon!

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